An aircraft dealer is not required to obtain an aircraft dealer license. An aircraft dealer license is required by any dealer who desires to withhold the dealer's aircraft from the Minnesota aircraft registration tax or to obtain a commercial use permit issued by the Minnesota Department of Revenue. Aircraft listed with the commissioner on an aircraft withholding form must not be used to conduct commercial operations, including but not limited to aircraft rental or flight training.
Applications for license must be made on forms supplied by the commissioner and accompanied by the appropriate fee. The dealer license must be renewed annually.
The license is not transferable to other persons.
The license issued under this part must be prominently posted at the place of business of the licensee.
For water operations the aircraft must be demonstrated from a body of water not restricted from seaplane use. For all other operations the aircraft must be demonstrated from an airport licensed for public or private use by the commissioner or owned by the Metropolitan Airports Commission.
If the applicant does not own the airport on which the aircraft in the applicant's possession are based, the applicant must submit evidence from the airport owner that the applicant:
has met the airport owner's minimum requirements for an aircraft dealer; and
is authorized to base those aircraft on that airport.
October 2, 2007
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